One of the greatest things about a human life is how you can always make it better under one capacity or the other. This dynamic, in particular, has allowed us to hit upon some significant milestones, with technology proving to be a notable member of the stated group. The reason why technology enjoys such an esteemed stature in our lives is largely inspired by its unique skill-set. However, the whole runner, if we are being honest, was also predicated upon how we applied those skills in a real-world setting. It was, in fact, the latter component that did a lot to give the creation a spectrum-wide presence, and consequentially, kickstart a tech revolution. Now, as we know, this revolution will go on to enhance our lives in every conceivable regard, but even after achieving so much, it will just continue bringing the right goods to the table. The same pattern has only turned more and more evident on the back of our recent progression, and Unagi’s latest announcement should keep that trend alive.
After backing out on the Model Eleven, Unagi, the leading manufacturer of micromobility vehicles, is officially set to launch a new product in the Voyager. According to certain reports, the scooter comes with a much better assortment of range, power, acceleration and smart mobile app features. However, despite the added features, the vehicle is expected to retain a lightweight and portable overall design. Talk about the stated features on a granular level, the Voyager boasts a range that goes from 12 to 20 miles, while also bringing 1,000 watts of peak power and 32 Nm of torque. As for what’s new on the app, it now gives you options like scooter status, configuration, app-based locking, and account management. Even the app’s interface, in general, has been simplified so to make the whole experience a lot smoother and more productive.
When you look at these cutting-edge features, it’s natural to think that the company will charge a premium price for them, but Unagi has gone in a slightly different direction. The company, like its previous model, will commercialize the Voyager through a subscription model. As for the subscription fee, it is set at $67 per month, but that is without the one-time set-up fee of $50. Interestingly enough, the plan, apart from all the stated features, will also include free maintenance and theft insurance.
“I’m incredibly proud to share that ‘Unagi All-Access’, our no-contract, monthly subscription service is now with tens of thousands of members nationwide,” said David Hyman, CEO of Unagi. “With increased prices of ridesharing and gasoline, along with many urbanites coming back to the office, commuters are flocking to our extremely cost and time-efficient option.”